You’ve got your refrigerator magnets, and you’ve got your junk drawer. This is the junk drawer.
- In With the New, Out With the Old by Anonymous
I have already acquired more information than my brain can hold. When I learn a new fact, it pushes out an old one. How do I know that the new one is better than the old one? This is how too much learning can make you ignorant. Why doesn’t anyone get my point? It is SO obvious.
- TV Narratives are NOT REAL by John B. Nevin
The idea that an election steal occurred is only controversial on mainstream outlets like MSNBC, CNN, and FOX, who consistently tow the establishment ‘baseless’ narrative (contempt prior to investigation.) What these enemies of the state do may not be sneaky enough to be fraud though. It is so overt, so blatant — that it’s more like force. The criminal traitors just shrug and and keep lying, even when only 10% outside LA and NYC will believe them. They own the networks already — so why not use the time in between Pfizer advertisements to hypnotize a susceptible audience that tends to be highly medicated and waning physiologically?
- Evil Putin by LSJohn
Western foreign policy drivers, led largely by neocons, started floating the possibility of Putin using nuclear weapons in Ukraine as a means of buttressing their “evil Putin” claims. But they didn’t think it through; people who were inclined to believe the danger started thinking pro-Ukraine less, and anti-nuclear war more. The War Mongers had created a large pocket of resistance to their own objectives.
- Unmeasurables by Anonymous
Unmeasurables are what sustain good will through perpetuity. Will a deathbed recollection of your brand bring a smile?